Vesperteen, PHANGS, The Band CAMINO

Big room




Thu · September 7, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$12.00 - $15.00

Off Sale

This event is all ages

Verperteen bio

Colin Rigsby does many things well—but domesticity is not one of them.
Rigsby, who has been playing drums since the age of 12, took a stab at civilian life following
more than a decade of writing, recording, and touring the world with his band House of Heroes,
but it didn’t take very well.

͞After the band had started to wind down I tried to take a break from music and be very
domesticated and get into other hobbies,͟ he said. ͞Nothing really stuck and I asked a friend
who’s a local promoter to throw me on as an acoustic opener for any shows he had. I fleshed
out a bunch of unfinished songs I had started over the years and just started figuring out how to
be a solo guy playing guitar and singing.͟
What started out as a remedy for restlessness, however, soon developed into a full-blown
passion and the beginnings of Rigsby’s new solo project--Vesperteen.
Within a few months of going ͞solo͟ Rigsby had penned a new batch of songs and teamed up
with his good friend and accomplished music producer, Jesse Cale, to produce Vesperteen’s self-
titled debut EP, which was released in September 2015.
Vesperteen’s pop/rock sound, reminiscent of bands like The 1975 and Bleachers, has connected
with a large audience. In just over a year, Rigsby has accrued more than 10,000 followers across
social media platforms and generated 150,000 plays on Spotify as an independent artist.
Additionally, Vesperteen has toured the Midwest and opened for several national acts including
Family Force Five and Layne.
The goal, said Rigsby, is to play as many shows as possible, record more music and to continue
connecting with his audience in meaningful ways.
͞I want people to hear ideas they’ve never considered, feel things along with me, find some
solidarity, exorcise some demons and move their bodies,͟ he said.
Vesperteen recently released a new single, What We Could Have Been, on Sept. 16 and will be
touring extensively this fall.
Based out of Memphis, Tennessee, The Band CAMINO is the result of years of collaboration between Jeffery Jordan, Spencer Stewart, Graham Rowell, and Andrew Isbell. In addition to studying at the University of Memphis, The Band CAMINO is busy writing and recording their first EP. Garnering fans through local venues and social media, as well as playing a set Sunday May 1st at the 2016 Beale Street Music Festival, their sound draws influences from leaders of the rock scene like The 1975, Colony House, Walk The Moon, and The Killers
Venue Information:
The Hi Tone Cafe
412 N. Cleveland St
Memphis, TN, 38104